How to Do Spring Break: A Comprehensive Guide || A (nonsarcastic) list of 25 ways to (not waste) Spring Break

In which Hanne gives the Internet good advice about how to Spring Break™

Since Spring Break™ is not overrated, obviously.

So. It’s Spring Break. And you have lots of free time*. What are you going to do in that free time? Write a novel? Go to the park? Finish watching that TV show that everyone seems to like watching**?

*I know no one does, being a human in 2017. Humor me, will ya?
**Being someone who has never seen a TV show, this is my attempt at not being a undersocialized homeschooler, okay?

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Let me tell you. In 25 Easy-To-Follow-Suggestions-That-You-Must-Follow-Before-The-Fairy-Godmother-Turns-Things-Into-Pumpkins.

  1. Make a list. THE LIST. The list of all the things that  you’ll have to do sometime between Now and The End Of Spring Break.
    And if you’re anything like me, this is what The List looks like.
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  2. Go on your phone and scroll through twitter. And instagram. And facebook. And snapchat. And all the other social medias that 2017 has produced. This should effectively take care of all the spare time you were concerned about.
  3. Notice that you should probably do something to look productive. Look at The List and rank them in order of importance and priority and that sort of responsible stuff. Unless you’re Really Responsible, no actual work is required now.
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  4. Make a playlist of music that you’ll want to listen to in The Future.
  5. (And/or to Step 4). Learn all the words to Hamilton: the Musical. And if you haven’t listened to Hamilton yet, WHAT ON EARTH ARE YOU WAITING FOR?!
  6. Make plans to do Something Fun. AND, if you’re lucky, actually go to said Something Fun event. Take lots of pictures, since this may well be the highlight of your entire Spring Break
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  7. Get on the Internet and catch up on blog stuff. Which is easily caught up on, amiright?* Like y’know, 2 hours of focused work? 16436532 new blogposts to read and comment on and the Instagram aesthetics and the prescheduled blogposts?*for the nonblogger beautiful faces, THIS IS SARCASM. NO ONE ‘CATCHES UP’ ON BLOGGING (bless your nonblogger face, btw. thx for reading)
  8. Look up from the computer screen and noticed that Eternity and A Day has passed. Consider doing something from The List (why hasn’t it been Trademarked yet?), possibly, at least.
  9. Make cookies. Because EVERYONE NEEDS COOKIES, OKAY? Everyone in the blogger world is talking about Waffles and Pancakes from when I didn’t know PEOPLE in the blog world and thus didn’t participate and I’m just like
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  10. Have epic chats with your FREN GROUP. And if your fren group happens to consist of 24 people, it’s EPICNESS.
    Actual excerpt:
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    (yes, it’s a Science Olympiad chat. No, we don’t talk about science much. Yes, it is actually really fun. Yes, maybe I am weird.)
  11. Go outside and be social. Yes, I know it’s hard. Do things with friends.
  12. Do the Science Night at your homeschool co-op*. Go talk about rocks and yell louder than the co-op dictator director (hey, typos happen, okay?) and bust helicopters. It’s great fun.*
    *Yes, okay, fine, I’m weird. But you still like me, right? *looks around hopefully*
  13. Suddenly remember that 7-page paper that you have due at the end of spring break. Then discard that nasty thought promptly.
  14. Watch a movie. Beauty and the Beast, maybe?
  15. Get out all your summer clothes. See if they fit and stuff like that.
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  16. Actually write a novel. (But then, you’d have to scrap the 24 other ideas on this list, and why would you want to do that?) Also, Camp NaNoWriMo is a thing.
  17. And, if writing a novel is too much work, read one. (Reading books is a good thing, you know? Kids these days. *eye roll)
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  18. Go outdoors, like hiking
  19. Prep for the SAT. There’s one coming up in April. And then one in May. And then one in June. And if you’re lucky enough to not have to take the SAT, prep for the ACT. There’s one in April and another one is in June.
  20. Do some sort of art. Artsy things are great!
  21. Sleep more. Because sleep is also great.
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  22. Remember The List. Then don’t. Because procrastinating is great.
    (Yes, the word ‘great’ is overused. I evidently don’t use it enough)
  23. Catch up on all 1286498056 YouTube videos that you missed while you were being responsible and productive and doing school.
  24. Do something for someone else. Lots of people need help and time and stuffs. Help someone.
  25. Suddenly panic, remembering The List Of Doom that you have. Spend the rest of your spring break alternating between procrastinating and frantically scribbling.
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AAAANDDD there you have it. A comprehensive* list of things to do while on Spring Break. A foolproof way to spend your time. Perfect. And you managed to put off all your school until the very end, which is how we wanted it, right? Right.

*very comprehensive. If you follow all my steps, you will have a well-done Spring Break.

Book Review: Beyond Suffering Bible

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About the Book-

When the pain and hardships seem overwhelming, we can be blinded to the beautiful realities often hidden in the passages of the Bible. The Beyond Suffering Bible was created by Joni Eareckson Tada and her team to highlighted the goodness of God during life’s hardest times.

It’s jam-packed with resources to answer the tough questions, take you deeper into God’s Word, and propel you to action:

  • A Word from Joni devotionals show how to pursue God amid suffering
  • Profiles of Bible characters and contemporary Christians illustrate how to discover God’s goodness during painful circumstances.
  • Connection Points offer thousands of study notes that specifically address suffering
  • Devotionals dig deep and tackle some of the toughest questions about suffering
  • Book Introductions orient readers to vital information and focus on key suffering and disability themes.

My Review-

It’s always a bit tricky (for me, at least) to review Bibles. What do I say?

THIS IS THE HOLY BIBLE. STRAIGHT FROM THE MOUTH OF GOD. READ AND APPRECIATE.

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But because I’m an organised person who always knows what I was thinking before when I made (not) stupid decisions, I’m here today to review a Bible. (*confetti*)

Essentially, the Beyond Suffering Bible is a Bible for those suffering: disability, weakness, illness, and so on. There are special features in it that make it so: for instance, small devotionals like “Cruelty to Persons with Disability” or “Facing the Golden Years,” geared with a focus for those suffering.

Joni Eareckson Tada is a quadriplegic (after breaking her spinal chord while diving), and she has faced so much suffering in her life. Despite it all, she still brings glory to God while motivating others. She is the perfect person to put together the first study Bible for people suffering.

This is a NLT translation (which I don’t really understand/care about, but some people do so). I really like the book headers, that have an introduction to the book, and also the biography things, which highlight people.

Overall, I really like the study Bible aspects of the Beyond Suffering Bible. My personal Bible doesn’t have study Bible-y things (connection points, and the aforementioned book headers and biographies), so having this background is really nice.

As for aesthetics, it IS a soft-cover book, which is kind of odd for a Bible (at least, in my opinion), and the pages are essentially the dictionary/Bible thin pages.

My Rating-

7/10

Additional Information-

Beyond Suffering Website

Thank you to Tyndale House Publishing for providing me with a free print copy in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review.

Random/Weird Thoughts 3

By this point, I’ve become fairly well-known for posting random thoughts that twist your brain. My first two posts are here and here. So here are some more random thoughts for your enjoyment!


  • Why is it called “after dark” when it is really “after light”?
  • Is it good if a vacuum really sucks?
  • Why do we say “Something is out of whack”.  What is a whack?
  • Does the reverse side also have a reverse side?
  • How did a fool and his money get together in the first place?
  • If man evolved from monkeys and apes, why do we still have monkeys and apes?
  • Why do they call it the Department of Interior when they are in charge of everything outdoors?
  • Why do the Alphabet song and Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star have the same tune?
  • Now stop singing. ^^
  • What happens if you get scared half to death twice?
  • Why do psychics have to ask you for your name?
  • What hair color do they put on the driver’s license of a bald man?
  • Why do you press harder on a remote-control when you know the battery is dead?
  • If they squeeze olives to get olive oil, how do they get baby oil?
  • How do “Keep off the grass” signs get where they are?
  • Why does your nose run and your feet smell?
  • Why does an alarm clock “go off” when it begins ringing?
  • Why do we sing “Take me out to the ball game” when we’re already there?
  • Why does “fat chance” and “slim chance” mean the same?
  • Do Lipton employees take coffee breaks?
  • Why are women never blamed for leaving the lid down?
  • Why do they call them buildings? Shouldn’t they be called builts?
  • What’s another word for thesaurus?
  • Can vegetarians eat animal crackers?
  • Would a fly without wings be called a walk?
  • What is the speed of dark?
  • How come you never hear about gruntled employees?
  • What was the best thing before sliced bread?
  • Why does someone believe you when you say there are four billion stars, but check when you say the paint is wet?
  • If the temperature is zero outside today and it’s going to be twice as cold tomorrow, how cold will it be?
  • Why do toasters always have a setting so high that could burn the toast to a horrible crisp, which no decent human being would eat?
  • Why does Goofy stand erect while Pluto remains on all fours? They’re both dogs!

 

Book Review: Greater Than Gold by David Boudia with Tim Ellsworth

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YOU GUYS. So…this book review is by P, my little brother! I offered to request any ARC that either of my brothers wanted, provided that they wrote the review . . . and he took me up on it! So . . . give him a nice welcome!

About the Book-

Sometimes, failure is the best thing that can happen.

For David Boudia, an Olympic gold medal was more than just a dream: it was an obsession, an all-consuming pursuit, and–he was sure–a golden ticket to the good life. But after a disastrous competition at the 2008 Games in Beijing, Boudia’s world was shaken to its core, and he found himself alone in his dorm room on the verge of ending it all. But a chance phone call with his diving coach changed everything, leading David to the God who had always been there. Inspired by faith and fired by a new purpose–to bring glory to God–Boudia set out for his second Olympics where the results could not have been more different.

In Greater Than Gold, Boudia tells his inspiring journey from lost to found, giving readers firsthand access to the rareified world of Olympic athletics while revealing the life-changing power of placing one’s hope in God rather than in medals or crowns.

My Review-

David Boudia, an awesome diving gold medalist, shares his difficult journey to the Olympics in Beijing and London. He uses Scriptures to help him in his dives. He also shares his testimony from when he changed from worshiping idols to God. He talks about how he thought he did and how he actually did, his pictures of him on the podium, him with his sister and others, and about his son and daughter.

He wrote this awesome book himself. You can read the book yourself to find out the exciting part.

*older, sagely voice as I jump in*

Here’s more substantial information about the book.

Here’s a great testimony about Boudia’s journey to the Olympics. It’s actually not about how he got to the Olympics, but instead about his spiritual development and growth. I personally feel like it’s too slow, and also doesn’t seem very substantial much of the time, so I wasn’t very much a fan of the book.

The book itself is very straightforwardly written and Boudia is very honest about his character and how he’s grown, which I liked reading. He doesn’t cover up his past or his actions, and he tells his story very frankly.

My Rating-

P’s rating- 9/10

Mine- 7/10

PS: If you’re looking for another Olympian’s story, check out my review of Swimming with Faith: The Missy Franklin Story!

Thanks to the publisher for sending me a free print copy of this book in exchange for my (or P’s) honest review; I was not required to write a positive review.

 

What’s In My Bullet Journal: 1st Quarter Wrapup || Bullet Journaling

*drumroll*

It’s time for…another Bullet Journal post! Today’s post is about how I’ve been using my Bullet Journal for the first quarter! (To see how I thought I was going to plan, check here)

In this post, y’all get to see how I’ve used my Bullet Journal through this quarter (ALREADY? MY GOODNESS), and how I’ve tracked some of the stuffs that I showed you in that post (that I linked ^)

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First off is the cover (bc why not and also bc logic, of which I incidentally have none)

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As you can see, I’ve heavily tabbed the sections, signifying “month” “year” “today” and many such other reminders to myself. how they haven’t fallen off yet idk

After that is the internet tracker. Surprisingly I haven’t blown my yearly quota of internet yet (how idek don’t ask me)

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And then for books read. 23 books so far, which is rather surprising although I’m still behind oops

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Here’s a picture of a pretty habit tracker.

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My daily spreads looks like this:

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It’s basically a time tracker/schedule for each day, with a small to-do list at the bottom.

Other times, if I don’t want to follow a schedule that day, I just have a to-do list.

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After this is basically a whole bunch of spreads that I’ve used over the last quarter.

First up is a water tracker. Although evidently I didn’t complete this tracker (and also evidently I don’t drink enough water), I think it might work if I were to actually work on it. (that sentence was just way redundant omw)

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Here’s a spread that I’m drafting a blogpost on. These kinds of blogposts, which take a bunch of thought, I put on a BuJo spread, so that I can add to it whenever (as I have my bujo with me more often then I do have internet access)

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(also BTS/sneak peek here lol)

This is a huge long to-do list entitled “All The Things that I have to do…’some day'”.

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Here’s a blogging tracker/calendar that I use.

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I also have an AP Lang assignment tracker in my weekly bullet journal spread. We have weekly assignments, so by having a spread in my BuJo, I’m better able to see what I’ve done, and what I yet have to do.

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And…that’s it! Here’s a look into what I’ve been doing to my BuJo this first quarter (yes, I know there’s 20 days before this quarter ends, but still, close ’nuff)

Also, like, I absolutely suck at writing descriptions for BuJo spreads…ohwell 😄

The Blue Sky Tag || Tags (umm, duh) || In which I do a bunch of self promo that I didn’t intend to and also lots of gifs

Hey everyone! I was tagged by Abi Leah from Happily Abi for the Blue Sky Tag! Thank you, Abi!

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Rules:

1.Thank the person who tagged you
2.Answer their 11 questions
3.Tag 11 people
4.Give them 11 questions to answer

Questions and Answers!

  1. What is your favorite song?
    Um. So I’m pretty sure it’s not possible to only have ONE favorite song, but I really  like True Colors (particularly this cover), Oceans, as well as anything HAMILTON (duh?!), and this Roar/Brave mashup
  2. What new restaurant//cafe//coffee shop have you been to recently?
    Hm. I don’t really go to restaurants/cafes/coffee shops, but I’d love to!
  3. What books do you love to read?
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    Anything historical fiction! Also non-romance contemprary, and not-too-gory mysteries/crime/stuffs. As for authors, Laura Ingalls Wilder, Agatha Christie, Beverly Cleary, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. (also ps my GoodReads is in the sidebar: follow me there *googles “how to self-promo bc I can’t”*)
  4. What is your favorite type of music?
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    Well, I’m a big fan of classical, because I’m a musician, so I like to listen to talented persons. 🙂 Aside from that, I like soundtracks: the Sound of Music, The Fiddler on the Roof, and lots of stuff like that. My “About” page has a rather comprehensive list of music that I like.
  5. How do you come up with blog posts? IM BRILLIANT.
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    No, but seriously. I do a bunch of book reviews, so there’s that. I also do Currently posts and Monthly Recaps, and also some Bullet Journal posts, and a bunch of random stuff that I randomly decide to do, like recipes and crafts, and thoughts, and….yeah, just *stuff* that I come up with.
  6. Why did you start blogging?
    Initially, I wanted to make a website showcasing all the things I had learned from doing rocks and minerals in Science Olympiad, so I started a small website (which is still active but which I will not link because it’s so cringy) that included a small blog filled with random thoughts that me as a middle schooler had. (and also thus why my site is called RocksandMinerals4Him) Many of these thought posts are now at my blogger blog (which I don’t really use anymore either).As for this blog, I had to create a WordPress username for a cooperate blog for school, so I made a blog then. I randomly decided to post my New Years Resolutions for 2015 one day, and then just got started “officially” blogging!
  7. What is the best thing to do on a rainy day?
    Stay inside and knit! knittingfuriously

    Or read. Or cook food. Or blog.

  8. How has this month been so far?
    Well, there’s only been 6 days (at the time of writing) so far, so I mean, it’s not been bad. Lots of school, blogging, stuff. The weather’s been pretty nice so far, so I like it.
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  9. What do you love to do outside of school//work?
    This question has mostly been answered up above, but I love to play music, knit, read, cook, and pretend I can do artsy things.
  10. What is your favorite comfort food? Hmmmm….I don’t know. I think it varies with how I feel…cookies, ice cream, chips and dip, cheese…it’s all junk, hehe.COOKIES ARE THE BEST THOUGH. HAVE YOU SEEN ME BLOG ABOUT COOKIES YET?
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  11. Where is your favorite place to visit?
    THE LIBRARY. or Barnes and Nobles. Or anyplace with books.
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I just realized that I hyperlinked a. lot. of things. Like a. lot. Ooops sorrynotsorry

Tagged Peoples

  1. A Girl Saved by God’s Grace
  2. Gabriella from A Heart Redeemed
  3. Bernie from A Bounce in Your Step
  4. Bonnie from Bonnie’s Blessings
  5. Brooklyn from Brooklyn Writes
  6. Hayley from Flourishing by Restful Falls
  7. Jeneca from Jeneca Writes
  8. Hailey from Now All I Know is Grace
  9. Chloe from Rustling Thoughts
  10. Brooke from Sunflower Soup
  11. Grace from The Girl Upstairs

My Questions

  1. What’s a memory from your childhood that’s particularly vivid?
  2. What is your favorite music artist?
  3. What are your pet peeves?
  4. What takes up too much of your time?
  5. What websites do you visit the most often?
  6. What is something that you’ll NEVER do again?
  7. What’s your favorite drink?
  8. What’s the most illegal thing you’ve done?
  9. What’s your favorite smell (if you have one?)
  10. If you wrote an autobiography, what would you name it?
  11. What place do you most want to travel to?

AAAANNNND that’s it. Thanks again, Abi!

Blog Tour: The Princess and I by Rebekah Eddy!! || RELEASE DAY *insert more exclamation marks*

Hey guys! Remember a couple weeks ago, when I posted Cover Reveal: The Princess and I!!?

Well, today is RELEASE DAY!!

To celebrate, here is a general overview of the book, as well as an author interview! (A book review is coming out soon as well!!

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So….let’s start off with the beautiful cover, in case you forgot.

Cover

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Synopsis

Megan is content with her life, despite her parents’ death and her brother Malcolm’s job that keeps him busy at the King’s castle. But when she is offered the position as Princess Christine’s lady-in-waiting, Megan is glad of the change in scenery and accepts it with the hope that she can spend more time with her brother. The promise from Malcolm of lessons in swordsmanship only adds to her enthusiasm.
However, helping keep an eye on the emotional and excitable young lady proves to be much harder than becoming her friend. As rumors of war circulate the castle, Megan strives to encourage her new friend even as she tries to settle the doubts and fears in her own heart when her responsibility in protecting the Princess is put to the test. Follow the unwanted adventure which serves to teach her that loyal friendship, true love, and God’s amazing grace will always triumph over revenge, greed, and hate.

Interview

(so um…I was only allowed 5 questions? So like, y’all have to check out the other interviews to find out other things? Like Rebekah didn’t make stalking The Princess and I easy? Like what is this world?)

Me: What inspired you to write The Princess and I? Did you have any particular stories that you pulled from?
Rebekah: My love of all things Medieval. I’ve always loved the old fairy tales with princes and princesses, kings and queens, and knights and ladies. There wasn’t any story in particular that I pulled from, but I did draw a lot from the old stories in general as well as Medieval history. 🙂

Me: What were some of the challenges you faced while writing? What got you through them?
Rebekah: I see what you’re doing…you’re sneaking extra questions in, aren’t you? 😛 Well, I’ll let it go THIS time.
Ahem.
Some of the challenges I faced while writing included technical issues, writer’s block, procrastination (hey, it happens to the best of us ;), and lack of inspiration. What got me through them? Well, having a dad that computers love helped for the technical stuff. For the writer’s block I worked on another story briefly and talked to myself in the shower until I came up with a new scene. ;P When I procrastinated, well, that was my own fault and I just had to make myself sit down behind my computer and WRITE. The lack of inspiration caused me to take a step back and take a break for a couple days while I listened to music, scrolled through Pinterest, and read some books. And BOOM I was inspired again. 😉

Me: Is there a section that you’re particularly fond of? Can you share? 🙂
Rebekah: Well, so the scene that’s my FAVORITE contains the biggest plot spoiler in the entire book. So, no, I can’t share that one with you. 😉 I really loved the whole ending of my book too…but again, spoilers. Guess you’ll just have to buy my book. 😛

Me: What’s your favorite/ideal writing setting? Any drinks/food/people/music that you need?
Rebekah: A quiet, sunlit room, sitting in the corner of our couch, on my bed, or at my desk. A mug of something hot nearby, and maybe some fruit or crackers on a plate. Preferably no people (I’m very social, so having people nearby would seriously distract me) and no internet access (because…procrastination. ‘Nough said.) I’d definitely have music going as long as it doesn’t have and singing in it. Preferably movie soundtrack.

About the Authorauthor-rebekah-eddy

Rebekah grew up surrounded by family members who appreciated and read good literature. First, she fell in love with the stories her parents read aloud to her from the Bible and books like The Chronicles of Narnia, Great Expectations, The Hobbit, and Anne of Green Gables. After learning to read on her own, she discovered other fantastic books which helped to build her ever growing imagination.
She completed her first written work at the tender age of eight and now uses it to humble herself whenever the need arises. The story did serve to show her that God had given her a desire to write, however, and from that moment on Rebekah has never looked back or regretted picking up her pencil and becoming an author.
This eighteen-year-old homeschool graduate lives in rainy Western Washington and is currently working on receiving her BA in English in order to further her passion for creating worlds on paper.

Contact

Blog link: http://4rmeddy.blogspot.com/
Google+ link: https://plus.google.com/u/0/101959924522864159924
Goodreads link: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/14228138.Rebekah_Eddy
Pinterest link: https://www.pinterest.com/4rmeddy/


So, there’s that! Go check out Rebekah’s blog (up above) for the rest of the blog tour/release day party stuffs, and look for a review for The Princess and I coming soon!

Currently: March 2017 || also Lent 2017, in which I have no idea what to do but want to do it anyways because that’s me

Aaand, it’s another Currently post on the first of the month! This month’s host are: Anne and Carrie!

This month’s prompts are: watching, eating, saying, wearing, and posting! Incidentally, these prompts are almost all things that I’m giving up on for Lent, so I’ll talk about that as well.

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picture from Pinterest, editing mine, feat PicMonkey (WHO HAS NO LIKE LEGIT NO CUTE FREE FONTS OH THE INJUSTICE)

also yes, I know the colors don’t match

In case you didn’t know, Lent is the forty days before Easter, which begins on Ash Wednesday (today; also why it’s called that I don’t even know) and ends on Holy Saturday (the day before Easter). Lent is a time of repentance, fasting and preparation for the coming of Easter. It is a time of self-examination and reflection. In the early church, Lent was a time to prepare new converts for baptism. Here’s the link that I c/ped from 😄

Although I’m not Catholic, I’m planning on participating in Lent this year by giving up something(s) (which I’ll talk about in my points)

Watching-

I don’t really watch movies or shows, but I do watch more YouTube than is good for me. 😄 (Top 5 Favorite Youtubers). So for Lent this year, I’m giving up on watching YouTube . . . except for one channel: Monica Church. She’s prepping for the Big Climb for Leukemia (climbing up the tallest skyscraper in Seattle), and all revenue from the channel will go towards Leukemia and Lymphoma society. I’m really interested in leukemia (I want to be an oncologist some day), so it’s a cause I’m standing behind.

Eating-

Well, I can’t really think of anything in particular that I’m eating. o.0 (BUT RIGHT NOW I’M EATING SUPER GOOD MAC AND CHEESE SO THERES THAT)

But anyways, for Lent, I’m giving up eating sugar. (as in, pure, refined sugar, not like fruit sugar). This one’s probably going to be hard, and I’m going to be eating a lot of fruit 😄

Saying-

Saying. . . .that I’m going to die soon. 😄 No, but seriously, there’s SO. MANY. THINGS. coming up and like, *flailing*

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lowkey like that gif way too much

Wearing-

Summer AND winter clothes! Seriously, how is it 45 degrees one day and 70 the next?

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Posting-

Lots of blogposts and lots of Instagram posts! I’ve been a bit more consistent posting Instagram posts, so I’m actually pretty excited about that!

For Lent, I’m giving up on following everyone on my personal Instagram that I don’t know personally. After Lent, I’ll decide on whether I’ll follow them back (don’t worry, y’all, you guys are on my blog Insta, so you aren’t affected :P)

What are you up to Currently? Are you giving up things for Lent? What are you giving up for Lent? How are you planning on growing in Jesus in March?


P.S. I’m also doing the March Bible reading plan from Little Faith Blog–feel free to join along with me!

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Linking up here

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